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Batch of 1995 donate white boards to College
CollegeThe batch of 1995 of St. Benedict’s College recently donated 14 white boards to complete installing each and every classroom of the upper school with a white board. The official handing over was done on 20th January 2011 at the Prefects Investiture ceremony. A further donation of Rs.25,000/- was made to the College Teachers Guild by them.

The batch of 95 has been active during the past decade and has been contributing to the betterment of our Alma mater. The most significant of their projects were;
• Installing White Boards to the entire upper school
• Donating a Fax machine to the college office
• Organizing a seminar for the 2009 A/L commerce students of St. Benedict’s
College, De Mazenod College and Good Shepherd Convent.
• Donating Rs.25,000/- to the Teachers Guild

They have high expectation of contributing towards the development of the college during the years to come. The present office bearers :- Priyanka Irugal Bandara – President, Menake Dissanaike – Secretary, Shehan Petterson - Treasurer and the executive committee consists of Shashiranga Dharmasena (Past President), Chandana Abeysekara, Kavindra Dassanayaka, Hensley Perera, Tenico San, Anton Nishan, Mahesh Samarathunga and Rajindra Rodrigo.
 Posted by DARREL LUDOWYKE on February 01 2011 05:44:01 · 0 Comments · 1219 Reads Print
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